If you have been offered a place at University College Birmingham:
- You will have been sent an online registration email and text message with your UCB student ID.
- You must register online before your enrolment date
If you have not received your email and text, call our Admissions team on 0121 604 1040 and we will help you in activating your account and registering with us.
College enrolment will start from 11 January
- From the 11 January, all conditional and unconditional offer holders who have accepted their place at University College Birmingham will receive a call from our Admissions team.
- Please it’s really important that you wait for our Admissions team to call you.
- Please make sure your application contact details are up to date we will email you the week before your enrolment with the contact details that you have given to us.
College Enrolment - Access to Social Science and Health
- Opens: Monday 11 January
- Closes: Monday 18 January
- Induction: Tuesday 19 and Thursday 21 January
- Online Teaching: Week Commencing 25 January
What if I've changed my mind and don't want to enrol at University College Birmingham?
If you have changed your mind and no longer wish to enrol, you must let us know as soon as possible so we can offer your place to someone else. If you don’t turn up to enrolment and haven’t told us you’re not coming, we will contact you to find out if you are still interested. Call 0121 604 1040 or complete our enquiry form here.
Next steps after you have received a call from Admissions confirming your grades
Once we have received your grades and your place at University College Birmingham is confirmed, you will be asked to upload evidence of your ID (see below for guidance on what will be required) plus a photo for your ID card.
For identification, you will need to upload a copy of the following:
- British or EU Passport, or
- European Identity Card, or
- If you do not have a passport, please upload your:
- birth certificate and
- another form of photo ID, such as a driving licence or proof of age card*
*Please note that we may ask for additional evidence before we can complete your enrolment.
- A non-UK/EEA passport and:
- your Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) or
- visa document or
- Home Office letter confirming your residency status in the UK
- If you are an asylum seeker, please upload your Application Registration Card.
- If you don’t have any documentation to confirm your immigration status in the UK, University College Birmingham will ask for your permission to request this information from the Home Office.
For all students:
Please note: if your name is now different from the name on the documentation above, please also upload evidence to support your name change, e.g. deed poll document or marriage certificate. All our systems will use the name on your official documentation.
- Our Finance and Student Records Team will then review your enrolment details to decide if any fees may need to be paid, or whether we need any further information from you. For example, if you are over 19 and enrolled onto a further education course, we will need to make sure we have seen the relevant evidence to waiver tuition fees if this is possible.
- Once you have uploaded your ID and photo and we have checked that you are not required to pay fees (or confirmed your loan is in place, for those who need a loan), you will automatically be enrolled.
- You will then receive an email confirming you have completed enrolment.
If we require further information then we will contact you either by phone or email and discuss this with you. You may be asked to provide further evidence before your enrolment is considered complete. Once we are satisfied that everything is complete, we will send a confirmation email. Please be patient, we will respond to your query as soon as possible.
Course-specific information for new students
- Please complete the following documents and bring them to your subject lecturer, including any additional uniform or equipment forms that are required for your course.
The Learner Support Fund may be able to assist home students financially with additional costs of studying, such as equipment, childcare and travel. If you would like to check your eligibility for the Learner Support Fund, or if you would like an application form, please contact our Student Budget Counsellor:
Tel: 0121 232 4405
Access to Higher Education Diploma (Business)
Induction information for this course will be available closer to enrolment day. Please check back later.
Access to Higher Education Diploma (Social Science and Health)
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